L. E. Eeman

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L. E. Eeman
Born Leon Eugenius Albertus Maria Eeman
15 May 1889(1889-05-15)
Shent, Belgium
Died 30 October 1958 (69) 
Harrow, Middlesex, England
Nationality Belgian; British (n. 1914)
Affiliations British Society of Dowsers
Known for X force; Eeman screens

Leon Ernst Eeman (May 15, 1889 - October 30, 1958) was a Belgian-born British RFC pilot (during WWI), who, following a plane crash that left him partially disabled, developed a theory of the X force and invented what are called Eeman screens (or Eeman biocircuits), mesh screens with insulated copper wires, for use in treatment of various maladies, including his own.

Selected Bibliography

  • Eeman, L. E. (1926), The Sub-Conscious Made Conscious: How to Master Your Mind, Direct Your Energy, Develop Your Body, London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent 
  • Eeman, L. E. (1929), Self and Superman: The Technique of Conscious Evolution, London: Christophers 
  • Cornillier, Pierre-Emile; Eeman, L. E. (1935), The Prediction of the Future: a New Experimental Theory, London: Author Partner Press  — Eeman's translation of Cornillier's La Prediction de l'Avenir (1926)
  • Eeman, L. E. (1936), How Do You Sleep?, London: Author Partner Press 
  • Eeman, L. E. (1947), Cooperative Healing: The Curative Properties of Human Radiation, London: Author Partner Press 
  • Eeman, L. E. (1956), The Technique of Conscious Evolution, Incorporating Self and Superman, Rochford, England: C. W. Daniel Company 

Press Coverage

  • "'Bad Tempers' on Increase, British Author Declares; Ugly Dispositions and Round Shoulders Go Together, He Asserts", Winnipeg Tribune (Winnipeg, MB): 1, 27 Aug. 1926, 
  • Getty, Frank, Science Works Another Wonder., "Speaking of Sport", Altoona Mirror (Altoona, PA): 35, 5 July 1929,, "A London business man with a passion for tennis has come to the aid of those players who cannot keep their shirts in during a strenuous match. The business man, Leon E. Eeman, has designed a one-piece tennis suit, intended to guarantee comfort and prevent embarrassment. The garment buttons up the front and has an open collar. With the addition of a belt, it looks but little different from the usual costume. This just goes to show how wonderful is science and invention." 
  • "In Circuit", The Observer (London, UK): 3, 24 Aug. 1947,, "The sub-title of Mr. L. E. Eeman's new book, Co-operative Healing (Muller, 15s.) is 'the curative properties of human radiations'; it sums up his 24 years study of the effects observed when persons are linked by wires in circuits designed to balance positive and negative polarities in the human body. No electrical charge is put into the circuit; any effects are due to the body itself. One form of circuit is found to promote relaxation; another, tension. Further, a healthy person — Mr. Eeman claims — can transmit a tonic influence to a sick person; and a drug introduced into the circuit will have a characteristic influence on bodily reactions."